Do you think there's a worse episode in VOY than the warp ten salamander sex evolution episode? Sorry, couldn't think of anything better to ask XD. Also whats your favorite episode of voyager? I always thought the issue with VOY is that the episodes were either complete shit, or they were some of the best star trek has seen(year of hell comes to mind). There was no in between. The other treks had mediocre episodes, whereas voyager was either terrible or terrific.
I would have to rewatch the entire series before laying claim to the worst episode, but Threshold is definitely down there among the worst.
YOU ARE STANDING IN AN OPEN FIELD WEST OF A WHITE HOUSE WITH A BOARDED FRONT DOOR. THERE IS A MAILBOX. YOUR DIRECTIONS ARE NORTH, WEST AND SOUTH.
Leave. I can’t imagine wanting to go inside a house with a boarded up door. It was boarded up for a reason.
Why is Word Funk not a full hour long? Or two? Three wouldn't be too much either. Or more. It should be pretty much constant. You can keep it going while having dinner or in the shower. Implant your and the heads of your co-hosts with transceivers, ever submitting, an unceasing stream of thoughts interchanged and transmitted to the world, neverending, Word Funk a constant of life, defining all, bathing the world in funk and word,a world renewed and reborn in your image. Or at least an hour.
No. No hour. Forty minutes. It’s a show. Not a marathon.
Not really an ask so much as a fun fact but since you really like Krull I thought I'd tell you. James Horner was working on the Wrath of Khan score (which is a fantastic score itself) right before Krull. Unfortunately WoK ran way over-schedule and he had very little time to do Krull. SO he basically just reworked the WoK score for Krull. If you listen to both you can hear a lot of similarities. Also, both are really fantastic scores.
How, sir, are you so insightful and awesome all the time?
I’m really not, but thank you.
We've noticed Star Trek: The Motion Picture isn't among your picks for the worst Trek films as it commonly is for a lot of people. So how do you feel about the film? Some call it slow, boring, lacking characterization, etc. Yet others praise the score, special effects, claim it's more Trek compared to later Trek films, etc. Also, have you see the praised director's cut of the film?
It’s actually my favorite Star Trek film. Although, I do prefer the version I found online with some of the loooong scenes trimmed down slightly.
My Easter gift of sorts is that you may ask me anything through the ask or submit buttons on this blog and I will be compelled to answer today only.
Hi, have you ever seen the 2009 movie Mr. Nobody? It just popped up on Netflix streaming and it really surprised me how much I liked it. Thanks
Sorry, but I haven’t seen it yet.